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Time is Strange

Newsletter №11

February is a strange month. Back when I had a job, I always loved February as I’d get a full month’s pay for a month that had two days less. But now that I work for myself, the lack of those two days is quite biting. It sometimes makes me feel pressed for time.

Is there a word for being pressed for time? I mean, when you’re pressed for space, you feel claustrophobic. But is there a…

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